Regent International School (RIS) has partnered with Swinburne University of Technology to deliver a suite of foundation programs in West Malaysia.
The Swinburne foundation programs taught by RIS will be delivered in accordance with Swinburne’s academic regulations, policies and procedures. Swinburne Sarawak will have the responsibility for determining the structure, content and assessment standards for the courses. RIS will deliver Swinburne foundation programs in West Malaysia using Swinburne’s teaching and learning pedagogy, materials and resources.
Swinburne Courses offered by Regent :
Swinburne Foundation Studies (Business)
Swinburne Foundation Studies (Science)
Congratulations to our Regent Alumni on their excellent achievement! We are proud of your growth and wish you even more success in your future endeavors!
1. Christine Lee
2. Jane Chong
3. Joelle Chong
4. Abhinav Nair Sethunath
5. Tam Shu Shian
The much awaited Prom Night hosted at the Grand Dorsett for the young adults of our Wisma Lourdes and Puchong campus.
It was all 'Fire and Ice' for our students, esteemed guests, educators and staff…a warm dinner, smiles, a few performances were all that was needed to go with the fiery theme and build some unforgettable memories.
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Regent Kuantan's Prom Night at the Hyatt Regency Resort was a night of elegance and creating memories which will stay with us forever. We wish you all the best, always.
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The memorable Vietnam trip – not only because the place was mesmerizing, but it was a culmination of four of our campuses – Jalan Kopi, Wisma Lourdes, Sungai Petani and Kuantan and their students and educators. It was a union of the four campuses and building of new relationships.
It's CHRISTMAS! And the students of our Klang campus couldn't wait to indulge themselves into the Christmas celebration.
They made popsicle Christmas tree, paper wreath, magazine Christmas tree, paper snowman, snowflakes, pop up card and Christmas origami.
Merry Christmas to everyone!
Field trips at our Klang campus…at Super Park KL, Jurrasica and Jumpstreet.
Primary and Secondary telematch at our Klang campus.
It's Christmas! – well almost. It's time to decorate our classrooms, the campus and our homes.
Students of our Kuantan campus participated in an Art Competition, Origami and 3D Painting making the campus vibrant with colors and the warmth of the season.
And who said that the Periodic Table is difficult to comprehend? – not if you learn it through playing 'Bingo with Periodic Table!'
Merry Christmas in advance from the Kuantan campus – from our home to yours.
Primary and Secondary Prefects' Installation of our students from the Klang and Wisma Lourdes campus.
Knowing the issues of the community, taking steps to eradicate them are every citizen's duty.
Regent Kuantan as Eco Warriors has not forgotten it's duties towards its community or the Mother Nature. The Social Awareness Day held at the school campus only represented a part of the challenge they have taken to make this world a better place.
Research was completed in two hours using the facilities of the ICT Lab of the school. Panel of judges scrutinized the end result of the research through students' presentations and the series of questions raised by the student body, educators and the panel.
Let us all be aware of the issues and the problems nature, the mankind and all the wonderful creatures of the Earth are facing and take steps to remedy them.
Let us all make this WORLD A BETTER PLACE.
It is always nice to have our alumni back…
The much awaited 3 on 3 basketball game between the KS 4 students (Year 10 and 11) and our alumni at our Kuantan campus.
It was Fitness day at our Puchong campus…with an inter-house tournament for captain ball, basketball and table tennis.
Our Year 6 to 9 students of the Puchong campus learned to overcome their fear through fun and interactive activities at Super Park Kuala Lumpur. As much as they love their in-class activities and sports in school, nothing matches the adrenaline rush and communal feeling of joy they experienced when they successfully completed all the courses at the Super Park in less than 3 hours.
3 on 3 basketball between our Alumni and KS 4 (Year 10, 11) students, minute to win it games, family t shirt painting, family tree through hand painting, 2 crazy photo booths, sack race, egg toss, stress relievers, sandwiches and fruits…..a few activities and munchies to get FAMILY AND FRIENDS TOGETHER.
Parents bonding with their children, staff participating in games and our Alumni coming back to play with their juniors – a day well and worthily spent.
After all FAMILY AND FRIENDS matter – they keep us warm and strong.
Puchong campus's Prefects'Installation & Appreciation Day – 11 new prefects were appointed from Year 6, 8 and 9 and certificates of appreciation were awarded to the prefects from Year 8 to 11.
Despite all of the digital gaming options today, old-school board games are still in stores for a reason.
Our students at the Puchong campus learned to create their own indoor board games based on the subjects in schools. They also learned problem-solving, strategy-making, trust-building, calculated risk-taking, how to adapt to unforeseen issues and how to share. It was an incredible and fun learning experience for all of them.
One day and one night are all that our Kuantan campus needed for it's Survival Skills and Camping event.
Football, first aid training, survival methods in the wilderness, setting up a camp, team building activities, sandwich making competition, camp fire, roasted marshmallows, story time, movie time, singing and dancing around the bonfire, sleeping inside the tents, pillow fights, all-night-up mischief, morning zumba…..they did it all.
Yes, it took one day and one night for our children of the Kuantan campus to create stories of a life time.
The Prefects of the Kuantan campus are the heart, soul and pride of the student body. This term they have already worked for the orphans and involved themselves in various projects including the Environment Day.
The campus installed the new Prefects on December 3. The Top 7 or the main leaders of the Board were given positions that is at par with the Management team of the school: The Head Girl with the School Principal, Deputy Head with the Deputy Principal, KS 4 Head with Vice Principal of KS 4, KS 3 Head with Vice Principal of KS 3, KS 2 Head with Vice Principal of KS 2, Secretary with the Vice Principal of Operations and the Discipline Head with the Vice Principal of Student Affairs.
The Top 7 have also been provided with an office or a work station to have regular meetings and plan for the school. They were challenged to make this coming year “The Year of Legacy,"- challenged to ask themselves the question, “How do I want the school to remember me when I step out of this campus?"
We congratulate and thank the previous Head Girl, Elizabeth Liew of Year 11 Justice for doing an excellent job. We welcome and look forward to work with the newly elected Head Girl, Nour Khaled Ramadan Algantri of Year 10 Courtesy.
All the best to the Prefectorial Board, it's teacher-in-charge, Mr Marcellius, the elected Top 7 and all its members.
Our Puchong campus kick-started the Events Week with Language Day for students of Year 6 to 10.
The following activities were conducted:
1) Time Capsule – Students wrote notes of resolutions, aspirations and promises for this term, in Malay language, compiled in an empty bottle decorated by each class. This will be returned to them in Term 3.
2) Appreciation & Thank You Notes – Students wrote appreciation notes to any 5 or more people in the school (friends or educators) to express their gratitude.
3) Zumba – An hour nonstop Zumba session, was conducted by a specially-invited Zumba trainer, Ms Sheena.
Congratulations to our very own Ryan Lim Ming Yuan from our Sungai Petani campus for achieving the Cambridge Learners Award for being 'Top in the World' for Foreign Language Mandarin Chinese.
Ryan sat for his Cambridge IGCSE in May/June 2019.
He was felicitated by Cambridge on 21 November at the Holiday Villa Hotel, Subang Jaya.
Excellent job, Ryan! We wish you success, always.
Regent Kuantan's camping this Nov 29-30.
Let's create a bonfire, sleep under the stars and create some memorable stories.
See you under the stars.
Shanee Lim Hsuen Nee of our Puchong campus during her fencing training sessions at Seoul.
She is in Seoul for two weeks to train for the upcoming Sea Games scheduled to be held at Manila, Philippines.
All the very best to you, Shanee.
Regent International School Kuantan cordially invites its students, their family and friends, and the community to join at their 'Family Day' event, an occasion planned to bring family, friends and the community together.
Please come and visit us to indulge yourself in activities with your family, basketball match between students and the staff and parents, minute to win it games, and food and frolic.
Day/Date: Saturday/23 Nov 2019
Time: 8:00 AM
Venue: Regent International School Kuantan grounds
The elections and the voting of our young leaders who'll constitute the Prefectorial Board for 2019-2020 at our Klang campus.
Snippets of the CCA activities of the Klang campus.The co-curricular clubs comprised of – cookery, survival skills, first aid, gardening, science club, RIS band and Malaysia football fan club.
Parting is always difficult especially when we have spent years together, nurtured your strengths and built up a strong bond. The Graduation Ceremony, the height of students’ high school life, carves the road to the future. And as our Graduates venture to face the world, you leave behind sweet memories that will stay in our heart forever.
As we bid adieu to our brilliant batch of Graduates, Class of 2018/2019, we wish that all your dreams come true. And we wish to see you back at our campus as alumni, some day, to reminisce what you left behind.
All the very best Graduates. Go and make this world a better place.
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Congratulations to our students of the Klang campus.
Event: ISSAM-U15 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2019-2020
Date : 16th November 2019
Location: Japanese International School Kuala Lumpur
CONGRATULATIONS to the players of our Puchong campus.
Event: ISSAM-APIS U13 Football Tournament
Date: 16th November 2019
Venue: Asia Pacific International School (APIS)
Event: ISSAM-JSKL U15 Basketball Friendly Match
Date: 16th November 2019
Venue: Japanese School of Kuala Lumpur (JSKL)
Players Under 15 (Boys)
Congratulations to our students from the Klang campus.
Event: ISSAM-APIS U9 & U13 BOYS FOOTBALL 7S TOURNAMENT
Date : 16th November 2019
Location: Asia Pacific International School (APIS)
Congratulations to our winners from the Klang and Puchong campus!
1. Angelina Chan
2. Ashley Ting
3. Bryan Soo Wai Lok
4. Gabriel Lee
5. Yap Inn She
6. Yoong Jia Jia
For showing amazing skills at Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan Sukan Majlis Sukan-Sukan Sekolah Selangor 2019 – Aquatic.
Diwali celebration at our Wisma Lourdes campus.
May the festival of light bring glory to everyone!
STEM Club activity at the Kuantan campus today – the Buzzer Wire – a circuit that is connected to a buzzer. When the metal touches the wire it will make a sound.
Designed by our students. Well done, young and buzzing scientists – you have displayed creativity, patience and dexterity!
Lee Jiet Han from our Klang campus emerged as Champion in the Badminton U10 boys Talent Development Programme organized by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with PERODUA last Sunday (20th October 2019).
He received the gold medal in the U10 category, winning a certificate and cash prize of RM 500.
Congratulations to our winners from the Klang campus!
Anugerah Emas MSS Selangor (Majlis Sukan Sekolah Selangor) (Klang)
– Angelina Chan
– Bryan Soo
– Yoong Jia Jia
– Low Zhou Ee
It's almost time to celebrate the festival of lights.
Our primary students from the Kuantan campus could not stop themselves from brightening up the festival. During their Art and Craft lesson, they made handmade decorations to beautify their classrooms and celebrate the Festival of Lights.
Diwali Celebration in our Puchong Campus.
Prefects are the young leaders whose principles and qualities make the student body effective.
At Regent Kuantan, the prefects made candy bags for the orphanage and donated tons of supplies to the kids who need all the love and care. These kids were invited in our campus today and the prefects handed over all the donation boxes to them.
We were in awe of them living the Regent virtues. We are so proud to nurture future world citizens and see this development in them.
Our humblest gratitude to all the students, parents and staff who made the donations and brought smiles to the little ones who so need us.
And THANK YOU, Prefects.
Congratulations to Bryan Lim of Year 9 of the Kuantan campus for securing 3rd place (under 14) in SIRKIT Tennis MSSP 2019.
It was Harvest Day at our Kuantan campus today.
We learned about healthy eating, shared fruits and salads with our friends and played scavenger hunt to gather materials to create friendly scare crows who will keep our plants and trees safe.
And that's not all – it was all about harvesting through sharing. So, our prefects made candy bags for the kids at the nearby orphanage, decorated the donation boxes and collected loads of supplies for the kids who need our help and care.
It was indeed an exciting day at the Kuantan campus today!
Heartiest congratulations to our very own Thukirrkumar from our Klang campus.
Thukirrkumar participated in a Music Competition at the TRAACS International Carnival 2019 held at IDCC Shah Alam last Sunday. This carnival was organized by TRANSNATIONAL Association of Arts, Culture and Sports (Traacs) and is supported by four ministries including the Education, Health, Home and Youth and Sports ministries and endorsed by Tourism Malaysia.
Thukirrkumar won the First Prize for Under 10 open category. He received his medal and certificate from the Deputy Minister of Entrepreneur Development Datuk Wira Dr Mohd Hatta bin Md Ramli.
Way to go, Thukirr!
Shaydon Teh Wey Liang of Year 7D from our Sungai Petani campus was interviewed by Heike Schmidt from French Radio station yesterday at the campus.
Shaydon wrote a letter to the health department to voice his disappointment on missing football training at school because of the unfavorable weather conditions.
As Global Citizens, it is our duty to take care of the world – for us and for our future generation.
Regent International School Kuantan, as Eco Warriors, has taken a few steps to take care of Mother Earth and its citizens.
It started with Environment Day on October 6 where some of our students took a pledge to make the earth a better place and planted trees. On October 12, some of our staff, in collaboration with Malaysian Nature Society cleaned the beach.
To uphold the World Citizen’s pledge, in conjunction with the Harvest Day on October 17, the school has placed a donation box in the Front Office of the campus where students, their parents and the staff of the school are donating food supplies, clothes and stationary for the chosen orphanage. These goods will be delivered by our Prefects to the kids at the orphanage.
‘The pen is mightier than the sword’ it is said. And that is why our students and staff are going to participate in a writing competition on October 22. The program is named ‘WRITE TO MAKE THE EARTH RIGHT.’ Currently, our students are researching on the following topics to participate in this writing competition:
– Green economy. Does it include you?
– Many species. One planet. One future.
– Only one earth. Care and Share.
– The environment millennium. Time to act.
Saturday sports practice at our Puchong campus.
Stay healthy, stay strong!
As educators, it is our responsibility to make learning as interesting as possible and to get the students involved in the learning process. Compared to traditional methods and approaches, hands on activities are proven to be more effective in making students acquire the required skills and knowledge.
Here's a project work about Water Cycle done by our Year 5 students from Jalan Kopi Campus.
Co-curricular clubs are an integral part of our curriculum.
Here are snippets for you from the Entrepreneurship, Music, Speech & Drama and STEM clubs from the Puchong campus.
Kofi Annan stated, “Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.”
One of Regent International Schools' objectives is to provide holistic education to all. Education is the basic requirement for all – this has been our firm belief. We have not let anything impede on our belief and have never stopped improving leaps and bounds in the last eight years – we have tried new methods, set new goals and are constantly venturing into projects with one objective – nurturing global citizens with education and values.
On June 27 2019 Regent International Schools took a leap forward as the Group Executive Chairman, Dato’ Nelson Renganathan signed a MoU with Majlis Sukan Negara to be their strategic education partner. This was done to contribute towards the development of footballers in Malaysia. This event was witnessed by the Minister of Youth and Sports YB Syed Saddiq.
This opened the gates of Akademi Bolasepak Negara Mokhtar Dahari (AMD) for the Kuantan campus of the Regent International Schools. The journey of Regent Kuantan, with AMD began on Sept 21 2019 when the staff of the Kuantan campus conducted Placement Tests sessions with the budding sportsmen of AMD.
“It’s amazing; I am speechless and overwhelmed to be present at this academy and be a part of this. It’s like I am witnessing history,” stated the Program Coordinator of the AMD program with Regent International School Kuantan.
“The students are so energetic and mischievous! It will be indeed a new experience teaching them as I will be teaching professional football players!” stated the Science educator.
“Being an expat, I did not understand what AMD is. Being present here and knowing the place and the students, I can say only one thing – we, as educators have to do something for these football players. And we’ll do what we do the best – we educate them,” stated the Deputy Principal of Operations of the Kuantan campus.
Today, the Kuantan campus educators of Regent carried out interview sessions with the students of AMD. It was interesting as the educators and the students had the opportunity to meet and greet each other.
Here are some snippets of the time spent by our Regent Kuantan staff at Academy Mokhtar Dahari with its budding football players who are now a part of the Regent family.
The National Resources Defense Council website, nrdc.org states these as several consequences of global warming in the near future – “Forests, farms, and cities will face troublesome new pests, heat waves, heavy downpours, and increased flooding. All those factors will damage or destroy agriculture and fisheries."
The world is in danger. We are in danger. It is time that we all take the initiative and make a change, for the world and most importantly for the future generation.
To make this change Regent International School Kuantan is hosting an ‘Environment Day’ to uphold the Citizens of the World Pledge by planting trees on October 6 2019 and to also remind the community of its duty as a World Citizen. To make this successful, as Eco Warriors, Regent Kuantan welcomes all World Citizens to come and work hand in hand to plant trees and make it a memorable 'Environment Day.'
Day/Date: Sunday/October 6 2019
Time: 7:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Venue: Regent Kuantan’s grounds and Community Hall
Program includes: discussions, quiz, Kahoot mini game, interpretive dance, science exhibition by the Young Inventors Challenge participants, taking a pledge, Regent in Action and PLANTING OF TREES
Kuantan campus eagerly waits to meet and greet all the Eco Warriors as we unite for a noble cause and take a vow to be responsible World Citizens.
Co-curricular activities (CCA) are an integral part of Regent International Schools' curriculum. Every year, several clubs are offered to our students so that they can enhance their academic and non-academic qualities through hands on projects.
Our students look forward to the clubs as they are student centered and progress towards developing their creativity, enhancing their specialized skills.
Here are some snippets of activities done at the Cookery Club, Survival Skills Club, Gardening Club and Science Club from our Jalan Kopi campus.
All the best to our students from the Sungai Petani campus who are going for the 7th Young Inventors Challenge tomorrow at the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre.Go team! It's not the winning that matters – it's the execution of your scientific creation with the passion and the hard work you put in – you are and will be ALWAYS OUR CHAMPIONS!
All the best to our Kuantan team of Year 11 students and their esteemed Physics and Chemistry educators for accepting the challenge and participating at the 7th Young Inventors Challenge (YIC) scheduled to be held at Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Center.
YIC is a Science Fair for Young Children and is a project designed for school students, and about 200,000 participants have taken part in this initiative since 2006, at school, regional and national levels.
“I am nervous," stated one of the student-innovators, “but happy too as for the first time I have planned and created something which I will present to so many people…I feel I am going to face the world, and it will see what I can invent. I feel like a scientist already!"
“Some are born creative and innovative, but they need that platform to be motivated and supported to bring out their qualities – and that's why we are here – as it is one of our main aims at Regent International Schools," – as expressed by two of the mentors (Key Stage 4 Physics and Chemistry educators).
Show your talent team – inspire other young minds – innovate and accomplish. Our good wishes are with you.
Regent International School is extremely proud of Tejo Samiksha Pamireddy and her brother Kaushik Reddy Pamireddy for their achievement. Here's Samiksha's penning of her experience…
Respected Teachers and Dear Students,
I, Tejo Samiksha Pamireddy, (age 9), from year 5 Moderation and my brother Kaushik Reddy Pamireddy, (age 12), from year 8 Courtesy, are from Regent International School, Klang. We made a great achievement by hoisting the Regent International School’s flag at the Himalayas. We climbed nearly 3,583 meters above sea level with our great Regent International School flag. I want to share this achievement with all our school community.
Mount Kedar is in the Himalayas, about 3,583 m (11,755 ft) above sea level, near Chorabari Glacier, the head of river Mandakini, and is flanked by snow-capped peaks. It was a great and joyful experience as a mountaineer and showing Regent International School’s students virtue of diligence while climbing Mount Kedar.
I want to say thanks to my mother (Padmaja Pamireddy) for planning a safe and careful journey which helped our trip from Malaysia to Himalayas and back to Malaysia.
We practiced by walking and hiking every day in the nearest hills in Klang valley (Taman Rakyat, Klang; Bukit Gasing, Petaling Jaya (PJ); and Shah alam Community Forest (SACF). Mountain climbing demands special knowledge, skills and equipments. Mountain climbers must be in good physical condition and possess good judgment.
This hiking practice has improved my confidence and physical adaptability.This is our weekly practice outcomes:
Aug 2019 1st Week 45000 steps 35 KM
Aug 2019 2nd Week 55000 steps 40 KM
Aug 2019 3rd Week 65000 steps 50 KM
Aug 2019 4th Week 70000 steps 54 KM
We started our journey on 31st Aug 2019 from Malaysia to India by Flight (5 hours), and the train journey (384km, 9 hours) and then by car (233 km, 11hours) until Gaurikund, the footsteps of Mount Kedar. After that, we rode 15 km on horse (5 hours) and walked another 3 km until we reached Mount Kedar which is part of Himalayan range. We hired 4 horses (Tikku, Vasanthi, Pooja,Leela). Tikku has the leadership qualities and all the remaining 3 horses followed it. We experienced wonderful natural diversity, we understood the nature of animals working and we learned about the culture and attitude of people of the hilly areas.
We learned several lessons during this great journey. When we were practicing, my brother’s right-hand bone was dislocated for which he had to stop practicing for 1 week and resumed only after the doctor advised.
When we were riding on our horse we found it very hard to sit on it because of continuous drizzling and light snow fall. We found very drastic climate changes almost every two hours at the Himalayas and almost experienced three seasons in a day – summer, winter and monsoon. We observed that the oxygen levels got low after 2.00 am and the temperature turned less than five degree Celsius!
However, we have completed a successful trip with the great virtues that are inculcated to us from Regent International School.
We are thankful to Dato Nelson Renganathan, Ms Muhiniswari Govindasamy and all the Regent International School teachers and staff for the moral support in this mountaineering activity.
As exciting as it is, mountaineering is equally as risky. One must take proper training and ensure he/she is physically and mentally fit to take up this activity before going for it.
Tejo Samiksha Pamireddy
Good luck to our very own Jaythesh from Year 10 of the Puchong campus for representing Malaysia in the South East Asia Youth Cup 2019 (under 15) where we are participating with Thailand, Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia.
All the best Jaythesh and the ice hockey team – create wonders and make miracles. You are already the WINNERS as you have worked hard, been dedicated
and established the spirit of team work.
Go Jaythesh! Go team!
Welcome back to school, everyone! It’s a new year, with new discoveries, new friendships, and new learning opportunities under the nurturing and caring watch of our teachers!